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Very nice. big gear! Did I see TWO planers?

What do you make with all those templates?
 

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Very nice. big gear! Did I see TWO planers?

What do you make with all those templates?

- Madmark2
Thank you for the comments.

I only have the one planer, a JET. You may have seen the General? it is a drum sander.

All the templates I save from projects past and re-use as needed. When I finished the drywall in the garage I built down the "beams" for such purpose as to have a place to hang stuff.

Ryan
 

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great shop space looks well equipped.welcome to lumber jocks.
 

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Wow, very nicely equipped shop, looks very well laid out. It looks like you swept up real nice before taking pictures, good to see a bit of sawdust in the last picture. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Nice shop. I grew up just down the road from you, about 50 miles to the south on Hwy 59. I still have family all over that area and get up there every summer. I competed in some carpentry/construction competitions back in high school at DL Tech school. I was about 15 years ahead of you. Welcome to LJ.
 

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great shop space looks well equipped.welcome to lumber jocks.

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Wow, very nicely equipped shop, looks very well laid out. It looks like you swept up real nice before taking pictures, good to see a bit of sawdust in the last picture. Thanks for sharing.

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Wow, very nicely equipped shop, looks very well laid out. It looks like you swept up real nice before taking pictures, good to see a bit of sawdust in the last picture. Thanks for sharing.

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I am a little bit particular (AKA anal?) when it comes to cleaning up.

Speaking of lay out, I am always adjusting things to achieve the best efficiency. I recently acquired the spindle sander, with prior research showing it would be a nice outfeed table for the bandsaw.
 

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great shop space looks well equipped.welcome to lumber jocks.

- pottz
Thank you, appreciate the comment.
Wow, very nicely equipped shop, looks very well laid out. It looks like you swept up real nice before taking pictures, good to see a bit of sawdust in the last picture. Thanks for sharing.

- bobfromsanluis
Wow, very nicely equipped shop, looks very well laid out. It looks like you swept up real nice before taking pictures, good to see a bit of sawdust in the last picture. Thanks for sharing.

- bobfromsanluis
I am a little bit particular (AKA anal?) when it comes to cleaning up.

Speaking of lay out, I am always adjusting things to achieve the best efficiency. I recently acquired the spindle sander, with prior research showing it would be a nice outfeed table for the bandsaw.
 

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Great shop, great tools, good space…..welcome to LJ's and thanks for showing us your shop.
 

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Ryan,

Welcome to LJ.

Really nice shop and tools. I also have the Omni Jig. Disappointed the discontinued it. It is really easy to use.
 

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Hi, thanks for noticing the omni jig.

I love it. I have not used it to the full potential though. I may need to play around with it in the coming years. Right now I simply create half blind dovetails when needed.
 

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Nice shop!

I thought I was the only one with the PC giant Omni jig.
 
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